Whether you’re a new blogger or a seasoned veteran, you can benefit from having a blogging schedule. Follow these steps to accomplish all your blogging goals.

Set up a blogging schedule to increase your blog's traffic.
Set up a blogging schedule to increase your blog’s traffic.
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#1 Be Realistic

The first step in creating a blogging schedule is to be practical with your blogging goals. Don’t feel pressured to blog daily or more often than you have time for.

Blogging just once or twice a week is all it takes to see an increase in blog traffic. If you have time to blog more often, great!

You also need to be realistic with your blogging goals. Don’t expect to see a jump in site traffic overnight. It takes time to get into a blogging schedule and see results.

#2 Plan

To stick to your new blogging routine, you must plan. This means designating a specific day and time for blogging.

You may also find it helpful to designate a particular place in your home or elsewhere for blogging. Planning ensures that you remain dedicated to your blogging schedule and accomplishing your blogging goals.

However, you should be flexible too. If sometimes you can’t follow your schedule to the letter, that’s all right.

#3 Blogging Topics

Prepare your blogging topics ahead of time to better stick to your blogging schedule.
Prepare your blogging topics ahead of time to better stick to your blogging schedule.
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Following a weekly blogging schedule is much easier if you have your topics ready. Take the time to map out your blogging topics each week.

This 10-15 minutes of prep work will make sure you’re headed in the right direction and increasing your blog’s traffic.

Plus, if your topics are already picked out, you don’t have to worry about dealing with writer’s block.

#4 Analyze Your Blogging Statistics

Once you’re followed this schedule for a few weeks or a month, look at your results. See how this new blogging routine has effected your blog’s traffic.

Pay special attention to what days of the week and times your blog receives the most traffic. Then, try to adjust your blogging schedule to post during these peak times.

Note how close you got to reaching your blogging goals. If you fell short, implement a strategy to do better. If you met your goals, set new ones.


Use these simple to follow steps to build your blogging schedule. Once you’ve implemented a blogging routine, watch your blog traffic grow exponentially.